Eid ul Fitr, which commemorates the conclusion of the holy month of Ramadan, has finally arrived and will be celebrated across India on, may 3. Also known as ‘Meethi Eid,’ the day marks the beginning of the 10th month of the Islamic calendar, Shawwal. Devotees all across the world say special prayers in the morning and dress yourself in new attire to celebrate new beginnings upon this special day.
Muslims serve many types of dishes in their homes and perform charity, known as Fitra. They also have fun with the day by visiting their family and friends for gatherings.
As you celebrate this auspicious occasion, don’t forget to spread the festive cheer with all your family members